Brother Hood by Janet McDonald

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Nate Whitely's life at a prestigious prep school in upstate New York takes him far from his Harlem home but not so far as to sever the strong bond he has to his neighborhood. Like his prep school friends, Nate is doing well academically and has his sights set on college. But complications from one life intrude into the other. His childhood friend Hustle won't give up his street-smart ways and doesn't want Nate to either. Nate's older brother, Eli, just can't seem to keep things together and is headed for major trouble. Will Nate be able to sustain these powerful ties without jeopardizing all that he's achieved?

This provocative story about a young man straddling two very different worlds unfolds against a backdrop of brotherhood and betrayal, friendship and loyalty, and captures the dilemma of those who would carve out a unique destiny for themselves.

 

About Janet McDonald

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Janet McDonald (1953-2007) is the author of the adult memoir Project Girl. This was her first novel for young adults.
 
Published September 13, 2004 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR). 181 pages
Genres: Young Adult. Fiction

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